Work Culture

Frankie Picasso

Relationships Mentor, Girl Power Talk Frankie Picasso is an International SocialPreneur, Talk Show Host, and Champion for Change who has been transforming lives and influencing culture for the past 30 years. Professionally, she is a Certified Life, Business and Master Coach Trainer, Author, Artist, Activist and Radio/TV Host, who just happens to specialize in the Impossible!

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Nurturing Individual Growth and Freedom at Girl Power Talk

Management Style Defines Work Culture Creating a Happy and Productive Atmosphere Girl Power Talk as a Role Model Organization A defining component of work culture is the management style and shared belief system of the team. Some managers rule with fear, and others with kindness. This style along with other factors determine the kind of atmosphere that will be projected throughout the organization. Work culture is the temperature or personality of a company. It’s the vibe or feeling one gets …

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I Work on the Back End but Shine on the Front End

Building a Learning Culture Breaking Stereotypes Leading the Way for a Better Future The secret sauce to building a prosperous company is the ability to harness brilliant minds and rally them towards a shared endeavor. Girl Power Talk’s vision is to break the bias of a male-dominated technology sector. Through equal distribution of opportunity among women, nonbinary individuals, and feminist male allies, the company’s top innovation is its diverse human resources. Only 26 percent of the world’s computing jobs are …

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Breaking Down Barriers for Women in the Workplace: Five Ways To Start

Women in the Corporate World Five Gender Diversity Building Steps for Companies Positive Signs From Companies With Increased Women Leadership Nearly a quarter of the way into the 21st century, female equality and employment opportunities are still hot button issues. Despite progress made in the 19th and 20th centuries, many women are still presented with challenges due to stereotypes and cultural beliefs that should have been gone by now. It’s true that concerns about gender equality and equal pay are …

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Leadership Has No Minimum Age

Young people who are new to the workforce may have fresh ideas and be open to wider, advanced perspectives because their minds have not become entrenched in mundane habits. What if we visualized a fresher beginning to rewarding life path, one with many exciting avenues from which to choose? That is a much healthier way for young people to think of their potential as they begin their careers. This article was originally published on td.org. Read More
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The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

Understanding Gender Inclusive Organizations Evolving Preferences Among Millennials Increasing Representation Today Implementing Gender-Fluid Practices The gender and sexuality narrative around the globe is undergoing a massive transition. Today, more and more millennials are coming forward with a strong desire to be seen, heard, and appreciated for who they are. Identity and representation have taken on a more profound meaning. Though monumental, this shift is not sudden. With increasing awareness over the past few decades and numerous platforms available to voice …

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The Power of Fewer Words: Do Introverts Make Better Business Leaders?

The stereotype of business leadership is one of outgoing, extroverted power. We envision a fast-walking executive with endless energy, barking orders and making deals, able to enter any room and immediately take control, handling any difficulty with effortless charm and remarkable ease. This idea has been celebrated in movies, politics, and our culture for decades. And it’s probably false. This article was originally published on allbusiness. Read More
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The Importance Of Onboarding: A Guide To Ensuring Your New Employees Succeed—And Stick Around

In today’s economy, companies that are serious about retaining the best, most talented employees know that investing time, energy and resources into a great onboarding experience pays off. Many of us have experienced anxiously preparing for our first day at a new job. You try on a flurry of outfits as you decide what to wear, you stay up late scouring the internet for last-minute information about your new workplace, and you agonize over what to say and do when …

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What Is the Key to Happiness: Paycheck or Passion?

For a young person entering the working world, certain pressures can make choosing a career path daunting, if not downright overwhelming. Even if we are brave enough to imagine an illustrious mission for our future selves, the little voices in the back of our minds soon bring us back to daily reality. The loudest of those voices wants to talk about just one thing—money. This article was originally published on humancapitalonline. Read more
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7 Timeless Tips for Connecting and Building Relationships at Conferences

1. Focus On Connecting 2. Record Important Details 3. Learn to Listen 4. Define Your Relationship 5. Learn Their Preferences 6. Focus On Qualified Contacts 7.Schedule Your Follow-Up An important part of honing our skills as business professionals are becoming better at meeting new people and building real relationships. The more we invest in practicing engaging with others effectively — the more natural our ability to build relationships, becomes. We then look forward to the process of building relationships and finding genuine …

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